Utah officials have reviewed proposed changes to Magnum Gas Storage LLC’s plans to construct, own and operate a natural gas storage facility and a major pipeline header system in western Utah, and the state supports the project, according to documents filed at FERC.
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Spectra Energy’s Texas Eastern Transmission LP is offering capacity on its Gulf Market Expansion Project, which would give Marcellus and Utica Shale gas access to growing Gulf Coast markets in Louisiana and Texas, including for future export of liquefied natural gas (LNG).
Goodrich Petroleum Corp., which is drilling in Texas’ Panola and Rusk counties, said the Billy Harris No. 1H, a horizontal well in a portion of the Haynesville Shale, produced into sales at a 24-hour peak production rate of 12.2 MMcf/d on a 24/64-inch choke with 6,000 pounds per square inch (psi) of pressure. The well, which Goodrich owns and operates, was drilled and completed with a 5,000-foot lateral and 20 hydraulic fracturing stages. A fourth horizontal well also was completed in Goodrich’s Cotton Valley/Taylor Sand holdings. The GT Waldrop 5H, which the company also owns and operates, is in “early stages of flow back,” and to date has a 24-hour peak production rate of 4.1 MMcf/d. The producer in 2009 completed its second operated well in East Texas, the Lutheran Church 5HR in Panola County, which had an initial production rate of 9 MMcf/d on a 26/64-inch choke with 4,375 psi (see NGI, June 8, 2009).
Less than three months after entering service, Southeast Supply Header LLC (SESH) is conducting a nonbinding open season for a proposed expansion along its existing 274-mile route. The pipeline is a venture of affiliates of Spectra Energy Corp. and CenterPoint Energy Inc. and currently extends from CenterPoint’s Perryville Hub near Delhi, LA, to the Gulfstream Natural Gas System LLC interconnection near Coden, AL. SESH will accept nonbinding nominations for service from any existing or proposed receipt points to any existing or proposed delivery points on its system. The specific scope of the expansion will be finalized following the results of the open season. The target in-service date would be as early as mid-2011. Nominations will be accepted through 5 p.m. EST Jan. 16. For information, contact Randy Riha at firstname.lastname@example.org, or (713) 627-4746, or visit www.southeastsupplyheader.com.
Just days after Southeast Supply Header LLC (SESH) placed 213 miles of its 270-mile pipeline into operation, FERC last Tuesday gave the company the green light to put the remaining 53 miles of the line in service. The pipeline will provide Texas, Louisiana and other producers with an outlet to Southeast and Northeast natural gas markets.
Just days after Southeast Supply Header LLC (SESH) placed 213 miles of its 270-mile pipeline into operation, FERC Tuesday gave the company the green light to put the remaining 53 miles of the line in service. The pipeline will provide Texas, Louisiana and other producers with an outlet to Southeast and Northeast natural gas markets.
FERC Friday gave Southeast Supply Header LLC (SESH) the green light to begin service over its new pipeline facilities extending from northeast Louisiana to an interconnection with Florida Gas Transmission (FGT) near the Mississippi-Alabama line.
Southeast Supply Header LLC (SESH) has asked FERC for authorization to begin service Friday over its new pipeline facilities extending from northeast Louisiana to an interconnection with Florida Gas Transmission (FGT) near the Mississippi-Alabama line.
Construction of the Southeast Supply Header project (SESH), a 270-mile pipeline to connect the Perryville Hub in northeast Louisiana with Gulfstream Natural Gas near Mobile County, AL, could be delayed by efforts to relocate gopher tortoises, a threatened species that lives in burrows across the deep South from Louisiana to South Carolina.